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The rule of faith, or, An exposition of the Apostles Creed
1626 by Printed by G.M. for Philemon Stephens and Christopher Meredith, and are to be sold at their shop ... in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Exposition of the Apostles Creed.|
|Statement||by ... Nicholas Bifield ; ... now published ... by his sonne, Adoniram Bifield.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1726:1.|
|Contributions||Byfield, Adoniram, d. 1660.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 563 [i.e. 535],  p.|
|Number of Pages||563|
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The Apostles Creed is a summary confession of vital Christian doctrines used liturgically throughout the Western church. It was once believed that the Creed originated with the apostles on or around Pentecost, but now most historians reject this view, seeing the Creed as containing the apostolic faith while not actually having been written by the apostles themselves.
The rule of faith: or, An exposition of the Apostles Creed: so handled as it affordeth both milke for babes, and strong meat for such as are at full age. By that worthy seruant of Gods Church, Master Nicholas Bifield, late minister of Gods Word at Islevvorth, and by him in his life time fully perfected and transcribed, so much as is now published for the benefit of Gods Church, by his sonne, Adoniram Bifield.
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The Rule of Faith and Hope; A Brief Exposition of the Apostles' Creed. Augustine: The Rule Of Faith Is The Apostles Creed. Receive, my children, the Rule of Faith, which is called the Symbol (or Creed). And when ye have received it, write it in your heart, and be daily saying it to yourselves; before ye sleep, before ye go forth, arm you with your Creed.
The Creed no man writes so as it may be able to be read: but for rehearsal of it, lest haply forgetfulness obliterate Estimated Reading Time: 1 min. The Apostles Creed: I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth. I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried; he descended to the dead.
On the third day he rose again; he ascended into heaven,Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. "Now, with regard to this rule of faith-that we may from this point acknowledge what it is which we defend-it is, you must know, that which prescribes the belief that there is one only God, and that He is none other than the Creator of the world, who produced all things out of nothing through His own Word, first of all sent forth; that this Word is called His Son, and, under the name of God, was seen "in diverse.
The necessity of means (necesritas medii) and the necessity of precept (necessitai pracepti) in the matter of salvation. - 2. Faith necessary as a means to salvation. - 3. The four dogmas necessary to be believed by explicit faith.
- 4. Deeper engagement with the sacred text flourishes with the assistance of the Rule of Faith. That engagement in turn renews the Body of Christ.
This book explores the interpretive practices of great reformers and renewers of the church, including Luther, Calvin, and Wesley, who kept up a lively dialogue with the ancient authors of the Christian movement.
An Exposition of the Symbol or Creed of the Apostles according to the tenor of the Scripture and the consent of orthodox Fathers of the church. (Introduction) I believe in God. God, the Father, almighty. Creator of heaven and earth.
(Of the fall of man and the Covenant of. As a standard for adherence to orthodoxy, rule of faith originally referred to the Old Roman Symbol, which was an earlier and shorter version of the Apostles' Creed and other later statements of faith.
As a historical standard for adherence to orthodoxy, rule of faith may also refer to other statements of faith including the Nicene Creed, Athanasian Creed, Augsburg Confession, Articles of Dort, Westminster Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins.
The Articles of Faith. This lesson looks at the Apostles' Creed as a summary of the articles or doctrines that must be affirmed by all those who would call themselves Christian.
It speaks of the history of the Creed, provides an overview of its statements, and focuses on the importance of its doctrines for today. Exposition of the Apostles Creed, by The Rev.
James Dodds, D. From: International Standard Bible Encyclopedia Vol. Author: James Orr. The Apostles Creed. The Oldest Creed: The Apostles Creed is the oldest creed, and lies at the basis of most others.
Though not, as the long-current legend of its origin affirmed, the direct work of the Apostles, it has its roots in apostolic times, and embodies, with much. The story that the Twelve met and composed an Apostles Creed is a pious fiction.
But by the 2 nd century there was a rule of faith or a canon of truth believed and taught by the Church, and inherited from the Apostles.
The apostles had a summary collection of the points of Christian religion which they taught, and also delivered to others to teach by; consisting of two heads, faith and love; as may appear by Paul's exhortation to Timothy, wishing him to keep the pattern of wholesome words; which he had heard of him, in faith and love, which is in Christ Jesus (2 Tim.
It's given in 12 lines because there's a medieval myth that each one of the apostles contributed one line to the creed. The apostles never heard such a creed, however, much less spoke it.
We can trace the development of the Apostles Creed from the early rule of faith; so, we know it did not come from the apostles but developed later. The Creed puts forward twelve articles of faith (at one point it was believed that each apostle had contributed an article), and there are three main sections in the Creed.
The first section begins with God the Father, and the work of creation; the second with Jesus Christ, and the work of redemption; and the third with the Holy Spirit, and the work of sanctification. Although the event itself is fictional, a rule of faith believed and taught as early as the second century does seem to have a claim to apostolic origins.
There was fluidity evident in the exact wording of orthodox affirmations evident in the various localized confessions of faith. But that variability was not present in the orthodox articles.
Caesarea's Rule of Faith, A. This is the rule of faith presented to the Council of Nicea by Eusebius the historian, overseer of the church at Caesarea. It was used as the basis for the Nicene Creed. The Council adjusted the creed to cover the subject of homoousios or "one substance.